The U.S.-Asia Gas Partnership (AGP) is a public-private partnership that aims to optimize gas network infrastructure planning and develop domestic gas markets across the Indo-Pacific region. AGP shares best practices in the development of secure, reliable, and economic sources of natural gas. AGP convenes a diverse set of stakeholders to optimize gas network infrastructure planning to develop domestic gas markets in Asia. AGP also supports strategic planning to promote the development of resilient and least-cost power systems that will continue to meet demand over time.

With a long-term vision to enable the creation of a regional gas market, AGP facilitates a shared understanding between government officials and the private sector about the technical, commercial, and economic factors that spur investment.

Regional Partnership: 
April 27th, 2021
With a long-term vision to enable the creation of a regional gas market, AGP facilitates a shared understanding between government officials and the private sector about the technical, commercial, and economic factors that spur investment. To this end, as part of an ongoing webinar series on the innovative development of LNG markets in South and Southeast Asia, AGP is conducting a webinar on the Issues Facing Natural Gas Development in Asia from the perspectives of the media covering the issues.
December 3rd, 2020
The webinar aims to provide insights on how the gas markets have evolved in the South East Asian countries over the past few years. Through a panel discussion, the esteemed panelists will discuss the best practices and recommendations for creating traded and competitive gas markets in these countries with focus on India, Singapore, Bangladesh, Thailand, Philippines, and Indonesia.
September 30th, 2020

The U.S.-Asia Gas Partnership (AGP) is a public-private partnership that aims to optimize gas network infrastructure planning and develop domestic gas markets across the Indo-Pacific. The objective of the AGP is to share best practices in the development of secure, reliable, and economic sources of natural gas.

August 12th, 2020

The global expansion of LNG trading has triggered fundamental changes to contractual arrangements in the LNG industry. The recent proliferation of short-term deals, in particular, has challenged the predominance of traditional long-term contracts. Despite an increasing relevance of short-term alternatives, +10-year LNG Sale and Purchase Agreements (LNG SPAs) will likely remain the key contractual mechanism for international LNG sales in the 2020s.

September 2nd, 2020

Recognizing the importance of the Philippines as an emerging market in LNG, the U.S.-Asia Gas Partnership organized this webinar to showcase the current status of the Philippine downstream natural gas industry and provide a formal launch of the Philippine LNG Investors’ Guide, to be presented by the DOE and GPDP respectively.  

September 15th, 2020

The webinar will discuss the steps that the South and Southeast Asian energy sectors and policymakers should take to create a promising investment climate and the necessary economic conditions for natural gas development.

July 7th, 2020

The world today faces the challenge of accommodating global population growth and aspirations for improved living standards while simultaneously diminishing the environmental impact associated with economic activity. Breaking the link between economic growth and environmental stress, especially within the time frame needed to forestall lasting climate degradation, will require the development of a comprehensive perspective in planning for future power generation.

June 24th, 2020

In August of 2018, some 2 years after entering into agreements with Petrobangla, Excelerate Energy brought the Moheshkhali Floating LNG (MLNG) project online through the delivery of its maiden cargo from Qatar and Bangladesh became the 40th country to join the LNG importer’s club.